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but surgery. >> that was indiana governor mitch daniels at this action conference. he's a man of strong views on the american economy. he joins me now. thank you for joining me. keeping the republic by trusting americans. america's best governor it says in the new york times. >> i don't know what made him say that. >> how are you going to keep the republic? >> i hope we're going to do it by first of all placing the future ahead of the present which is to say matching long-term means with ends. we're badly out of whack as we all know. huge debts today. like so many other developed countries. and worse still we've made unfundable commitments for tomorrow. the growth of the private sector. what's troubling me most, piers, is that it's not just our economy at stake. i think it's the whole american prospect, the american promise of upward mobility for all. and i go so far as to suggest really the whole project of governor of the governed here is on trial here. as philosophered predicting it would be. >> you're the knife and the blade when you worked for president bush. but this is a guy that broug
. jenna: from washington d.c. we take you out to indiana, new developments in the murders of five people there. police are questioning a career criminal, they describe now as a person of interest in the case. harris faulkner is at the breaking news desk. it looks like there might be a little bit of a break in the case, harris. >> reporter: what we're watching right now is that the sheriff is trying to calm everybody's nerves in franklin county, indiana in saying he feels that this was not a random bit of violence. he says that is important for the community to know that they are safe. this has sent shock waves through the community. you are looking at 46-year-old david isom. he was picked up tuesday evening after an investigation into an unrelated case. in the middle of interviewing this man they found some things that led them to believe they should search his home. that is 25 miles away from where the killings had happened. when they got to the scene the indiana police say they feel like they got some information that could link him to the five killings. it was a family of four and a n
the roll. mr. coats: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from indiana. senator coats mr. president, i ask unanimous consent the call of the -- mr. coats: mr. president, i ask unanimous consent the call of the quorum be dispensed with. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. coats: we all heard the president speak to a joint session of congress last week about his proposal to bring forward a jobs bill that was released this morning, and the president indicated that he wanted to take his case to the people. and i'm glad he's doing so. i hope that as he travels about the country, i think he'll be hearing what many of us heard during the august recess when we were back at home as i traveled across the state of indiana and talked to people from all different categories of work engagement, small to medium to large businesses, homeowners, other constituents. one thing came through loud and clear, and that was i needed to listen to them more than they needed to listen to me. what was on their mind i hope is what the president will be hearing as he travels across the countr
of a semi truck and tried in indiana on the interstate ... the victim was stephen downing of heart indiana authorities are investigating why he fell out of his truck it does not believe that the truck driver pushed him out there were involved in a relationship ... >>students are being encouraged to boycott school to get some roles changed in waukegan ... >>we have a live report >>these parents are encouraging everyone across the city to keep their children, and friday they are holding up their tax bills and their rallying on the steps of city hall ... would you want your trove walking across a busy four-lane street like this one? alone every day just to get to school ... this woman walks her seven year-old granddaughter to school every day now >>it's a hassle ... >>is schoolbus just less spring used to pick up the child from its whittier elementary school route ... >>the new rules say that kindergarten and first grade students to live within a half mile of the school will not receive bus service the other grades up to eighth grade that live within a mile and half will not get service
if you tax the rich. >> gregg: after townhall meeting in indiana, president was read a question by a resident there, scott ferguson. >> gregg: the president's answer was this -- >> gregg: i guess what i would say, scott has his economics right. you don't raise taxes in a recession. so alexandra. this company is worried about a double-dip recession isn't the president contradicting himself? >> no. in fact the president is proposing this as part of a proposal, only 450,000 americans would be impacted by this new buffet rule versus 160 million americans who would see a tax heig. no, look, we're talking -- gregg we're talking about a personal income tax we're not talking about taxes. we're not talking about closing loopholes. >> gregg: small businesses. >> we're not talking about things like cutting, closing loopholes is an important piece of the plan. we're looking at limited subsidies for oil and gas companies. part of a larger proposal to help jumpstart the economy and reduce the deficit. something the republicans have rising chorus over the years. but .3% of americans are being
or indiana or texas, every governor is in the game of competing for jobs. and that's not a very good national strategy. >> jon: so you are not just competing globally. >> no. >> jon: you're actually competing with right-to-work states. >> well, and every governor has an interventionist economic development strategy, you know, rick perry who says, you know, i want to get government out of your business, but every day his economic development team has big economic development fund and they're luring businesses that are strategic to texas. an they're closing deals with some money from this fund that's paid for by oil & gas royalties. every state has got some version of that. but the bottom line s the reason why we wrote this book is that is a really bad national strategy. because you are just moving businesses from one state to another, all through tax incentives. you're really-- rather than competing and inviting the globe to invest. >> jon: you're suggesting a darwinnian strategy every man for themselves, may the best man win is not a good national strategy. because i don't know that i buy tha
. however, there is speculation that it may have to do with a "scheduling conflict." well, police in indiana say it began with the call of child wandering in the street and then they fund five murder victims. and the perpetrator is still on the run. plus security is always tight in new york city, right? but nypd commissioner upped the ante saying the department has the ability to "shoot down a plane." can the police really do that? >>trace: america city police department could take down an airplane that threatens the city from the police commissioner who has new information of the city's massive counterterrorism operation. >> do you mean to say the nypd has the means to take down an aircraft? >> yes, i prefer not to get into the details but obviously this is an extreme situation. >> you have the equipment and the training? >> yes. >>trace: from the interview with cbs "60 minutes," and details other security measures cops use to secure the most vulnerable areas such as radiation detection and a network of surveillance video. he says new york city is the number one target in the country and he
's program today. will it help indiana? i realize you have a huge surplus. you have an unemployment rate around 8.7%, does this help >> no, the help we want as dennis just said an economy that starts growing and provides jobs and opportunity and hope once again for our people. tally, that would be helpful in -- incidentally that would be helpful in paying down the debt. in fact, it is getting a little old. did the president forget he just raised medicare taxes last year they are coming in a year from now on the same people. h xá never seems to understand that these folks he wants to keep laying more and more burden on predominantly are small businesses the enterprises that have always generated the net new jobs in america. it will not generate the revenue he's talking about. and it is counterproductive in terms of the growth that alone can get us out of this fix. >> greta: i'm all curious, when you took office you had a 700 million dollar deficiency. now you have a billion dollar surplus that's a big jump in five years. i'm a little curious. i realize the states problems are different
39,000 jobs in california, delaware, illinois, indiana, kentucky, ohio, michigan, missri, and tennessee. some have suggested that this program has been slow to spend emergency funding provided in the f.y. 2009 c.r. i say the loan review process is and ought to be strenuous. one company, tesla, originally applied under a different loan program in 2006 and received an atvm loan in 2010. it requires four years of due diligence to review to qualify for the loan and having read many of the press releases that went out when there was another d.o.e. program that was not -- that had ran into difficulties, i didn't note anybody there saying we shouldn't take time for due diligence. due diligence is required. by the way, the company in questi, tess la, employed -- tesla, employed about 400 workers before reiving the loan. today they have 1,400 employees in the fields of engineering, research and development, design, manufacturing, assembly, maintenance, service, sales, and support. the atvm program has an additional 18 loan applications in progress that are projected to create 50,0
. >> no word on the man's condition, why he ran or if he will face charges. indiana. a new push to keep up the search for a missing indiana university student. the parents of lauren spierer organizing a concert on campus. the last time anybody saw the 20-year-old nearly four months ago. she was walking bare foot toward her apartment at 4:30 in the morning. new york. firefighters in brooklyn honoring a little boy who is a big hero. this 7-year-old receiving a junior emt award for saving his mom with a 911 call after she had a seizure. >> shaking. come as fast as you can okay? >> mom doing okay now: missouri, meet medusa. super sized snake in a classroom all its own. now an attraction at a haunted host. the guinness folks are about to identify it as the world's largest snake. medusa 300 pounds, 26 feet long and still growing and that's a fox watch across america. >> i'm trace gallagher in for shepard smith. this is the fox report. it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news. taking the fifth. top executives from the solar energy company solyndra refusing to testify on capitol h
and author of "the take." msnbc karen finny. and pete c. visiting from indiana a former spokesman for president bush and communications director for the indiana republican party. welcome, all of you. dan, i'm going to start with you because you write about this september to remember issue. some of us think it's the august that drived the september to remember for president obama. you interviewed david plouffe who clearly felt the need he had to get out there with some sort of answer for the understand the very perilous situation we're in, but we think we have a pathway forward, but we don't have much margin for error. david plouffe argued, anything like president george w. bush's situation in 2005, the public has not at all tuned him out. i completely reject the comparison to bush. i'll tell you, not a lot of confidence to say we don't have a margin for error. >> no. but i think they're being very realistic. i think they felt they had to be very realistic at this point. they're getting so much criticism. the idea they may be kind of bunkered there, i think they had to say to peopl
cases have been reported in texas, oklahoma, nebraska, and indiana. kant loc cantaloupes south of denver are suspected but not yet reordered. >>> an 8-year-old awe 'tissic boy is hospitaled in california but in good condition after lost in a mountain forest. joshua rob was found tuesday in the san bernardino mountains. he wandered away from an elementary school on monday and was found about a mile away. >>> a new york woman is facing charges involving a fist fight between her 12-year-old daughter and another child. the fight was captured on video on sunday and ended up on youtube. the mother, daphne melon, was reportedly goating her doubt to fight over what she says is a case of cyberbullying. police say she got into the fight herself attacking another 12-year-old girl allegedly. >>> a woman removed from sunday's airplane on sunday's 9/11 says she was singled out because of her appearance. she is one of three people removed from a frontier airlines plane sunday in detroit. she was strip-searched and says she is half arab and half jewish she was targeted because of her middle eastern appe
a separate mass transit funds? and then on model in indiana leasing a state highway, and for both of you, do you think higher direct user fees are more economically direct and efficient way of funding either expansion are maintenance of roads and bridges? >> separate out roads from public transportation, that is an important fur step in getting more transparency and accuracy and honesty in government accounting. i think that is very hopeful. i am an advocate of phasing out most if not all of the federal gasoline tax and allowing states to take those resources and spend them. if a hard time telling people that you spend the money on the road when you see the guy davis- bacon, siphoning off the subways and to bypass and what not, and they do not know what they can believe and the dollar that they thought they were paying for roads. to the extent that you can turn the cards face up and say this is what we're going to spend on roads and what we're going to spend on public transit and station will never visit, and here is what you're doing. >> let me say. >> not in your neighborhood. going honest
guarantees have created or maintained 39,000 jobs in california, delaware, illinois, indiana, kentucky, kentucky, kentucky, ohio, ohio, ohio, michigan, missouri and tennessee. some have suggested that this program has been slow to spend emergency funding provided in the f.y. 2000 c.r. the loan process ought to be strenuous. one company originally applied in 2006 and received an a.t.v. loan in 2010 and required four years of due diligence and reviewed to qualify for the loan. republicans seem to be shoing an ultimate umh. expedite the review process. by the way, the company in question employed 400 employees before receiving the loan. today they have 1,400 employees in the field of engineering research and development, design, manufacturing, assembly, maintenance and service, sales and support. the program has an additional 18 loan applications in progress that are projected to create 50,000 to 60,000 more jobs in california, florida, illinois, indiana, louisiana, michigan, missouri and ohio. one pending application would support investments at 11 plants in illinois, indiana, michigan a
indiana is waiting here. but just a few minutes to speak to it, if i may. the senator from texas has introduced an amendment that really takes an unprecedented step here in the senate, and that is the step of actually requiring the president by mandate with respect to one weapons system, one singular amendment to sell a specific weapon to another country. specifically, the senator wants to take the unprecedented step of requiring the president of the united states to sell 66 new f-16 fighter aircraft to taiwan. now, the amendment mandates the sale of these new aircraft despite the fact that just yesterday, the president and the administration notified the congress of their intention to provide taiwan with nearly nearly $6 billion additional in goods and services on top of money that they have already provided to taiwan, including, mr. president, upgrades to taiwan's current fleet of 145 f-16's. now, i will stand by my record of 26-plus years here of voting for the appropriate defense relationship with respect to taiwan and china, and we have always respected the taiwan relations act,
month without a u.s. military death since the united states indiana raided iraq in 2003. the u.s. pulled troops out of the iraq last year, but about 50,000 u.s. troops remain there to provide support and training. wolf? >> more than 4,000 troops have died in iraq since that war started, 4500 or so. >> but a good month for august, no deaths in iraq, and they're calling that a victory. >> let's hope that -- they're supposed to be out by the end of this year, though the obama administration and iraqi government are negotiating to scheme some troops there. that's a controversial issue in and of itself. thanks very much. >>> the only republican in the congressional black caucus threatens to leave the group. we'll tell you why. stick around, you're in "the situation room." you name it. i've tried it. but nothing helped me beat my back pain. then i tried salonpas. it's powerful relief that works at the site of pain and lasts up to 12 hours. salonpas. have i got a surprise for you! yeah, it's new [ barks beneful healthy fiesta. gotta love the protein for muscles-- whoo-hoo! and omega-rich nutri
h caused destruction in states like texas and kentucky, tennessee and indiana. and it's what we have to do again. the house republicans failed tod provide funding. farmers, economic development, long-term support for local communities to rebuild. that's what you do when you havo a crisis or an accident. and there can't be any debate about the help that's required in many all 50 states.up it requires bipartisan support because you can't get it doneth with only one party.. every state has experienced the disaster in recent years, and this year alone federal disasters have been declared in 48 states. fema's working in every one of those states to help communities rebuild and recover.and if they have the resources. if they don't, they won't be on the job. and people will continue tothe suffer.eopl so if house republicans get t their way, every state is on the verge of disaster. incredibly, the house proposale pays for disaster relief by taking money from advanced technological development that'll help our automobile industry, for instance, and create jobs. job here in the senate we've go
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with republican indiana governor mitch daniels sunday at 9:00 a.m. eastern. up next for viewers in the united states "fareed zakaria gps." >>> this is "gps" the global public square. welcome to you in the united states and around the world. i'm fareed zakaria. we have a terrific show for you today. first up, a man who wears two very important hats, jeffrey immelt is president obama's job czar. in his day job he's the ceo of general electric. why in the world is oil about to be drilled right off america's coast without any american involvement? next up, the palestinian territory's quest for statehood. a roundtable of top experts looks at all of this and more. finally, one last look at an area where america's top dog status has been reaffirmed. >>> before i give you my take, a programming note. don't miss the cnn special tonight, "restoring the american dream getting back to work." top american leaders join me to talk about how to fix the unemployment crisis. that's at 8:00 p.m. eastern and pacific. >>> now my take. the european crisis you have been reading about in the newspapers is worth watc
for president and lost. our live look at "the contenders" continues next friday. we will go to indiana and talk with historians and talk about the presidential campaigns of eugene debs. for more information on our series, go to our website at c- span.org. you will find biographies of all of the candidates, the story and appraisals. that is all at c-span.org. next come up palestinian president abbas on complications for for palestine. then the at c-span series "the contenders" based on those who ran for president and lost. tonight from nebraska, william jennings bryan. palestinian territories president mahmoud abbas submitted a request for full united nations membership. he declared that the palestinian liberation organization and is ready to go back to the negotiation table immediately. he said that the negotiations would be meaningless if be israelis continued to build on land meant for the palestinian state. this is 40 minutes. >> ladies and gentlemen, i extend my congratulations to the president of the assembly. i wish him every success. i extend my congratulations on behalf of the palestini
having spent the day in indiana. so it's a particulay important straw poll, too. there is only two that matter in the aggregate for presidential politics. one in iowa, we saw that. michele bachmann won it but hasn't been able to capitalize on the victory. the florida straw poll, this one is the fifth presidential cycle where this convention is taking place. has been indicator in the past, the people that won the straw polls went on to be president. ronald reagan, george h. bush were all winners. they won the straw poll and ended up in the white house. a lot is riding on this and the perry campaign is looking for a big win. you're right about that. romney is not organizing. jon huntsman is ignoring it. the candidates that took part in the fox news debate will be on the ballot with the exception of gary johnson, the new mexico governor who simply didn't participate. >> uma: it will be a big time out there. i tell you. people are looking forward to count votes. you'll keep close watch throughout the day. appreciate it. >> thank you. >> uma: coming up later this hour we talk to the new
the model in indiana, leasing a state highway, and for both of you, do you think hired direct user fees are a more economically direct an efficient way of funding either extension or maintenance of roads and bridges? >> separating out roads from public transportation is an important first and getting more transparency and accuracy and honesty in budgeting. government accounting, that is helpful. i am an advocate of phasing out most if not all of the federal gasoline tax and allowing states to take those resources and spend them, because you have a hard time telling people who will spend it on roads if they see a guy doing state money, siphon off the subways and the bike paths and what not. they do not know what they can believe and what happened to the dollar they thought they were paying for roads. to the extent you can turn those cards face up and say this is what we're spending on road and public transit, subway system, and states you will never visit, and here is what you're doing and here's leisured -- not in your neighborhood. it is very helpful. >> direct user fees meaning tolls
, mysterious murders rock a quiet rural town in indiana. it all unfolded when good samaritans spotted a child wandering on the road in the town of laurel, 50 miles southeast of indianapolis. that led police to an address where they discovered the body of a man in a house across the street, officers found two men and two women shot dead. right now, it's not clear if the shooter is one of the deceased. a gunman opens fire in the c.i.a. wing of the u.s. embassy in kabul, afghanistan, leaving one american dead. fox news has confirm that the g gunman was an afghan national working for the embassy. this is the third attack in the past two weeks. chris christie's busy fundraising schedule sparking some hope among some republicans he's reconsidering a run for the white house. today, he's stopping in missouri before heading to california and louisiana later in the week. despite speculation, the governor of new jersey has inside numerous times he's staying put as governor of the garden state. you can end up footing the bill for the united nations building. the u.n. is in the final stages of getting a p
america: indiana. a judge ruling the 12-year-old boy guilty of reckless homicide in the death of his 6-year-old brother. but not guilty of murder. the shooting happened back in june at their home south of the capital city of indianapolis. the judge says there is no evidence he intended to murder his sibling. >> it's really good to know that there is a judge consider that this might have been an accident. >> the judge awaiting psychiatric evaluations before sentencing the boy. kansas. a trailer carrying goats overturning near witch tall and spilling over 200 of them on the road. >> we started feeling joking and the goats shifted and the weight just jackknifed it. >> shepard: we're told officers had to kill six of them. california, surfers and others marking the exact moment the last plane went down 10 years ago on 9/11. all part of the first paddle out for heros event on a beach north of los angeles. surf clubs and other nonprofit organizations taking on waves in remembrance of the victims. florida. this man spent 35 years in prison for crimes he did not commit. before d.n.a. evidence c
in northern indiana where girls were allegedly abused at a boarding school run by a fundamentist baptist. >> reporter: we've had a lot of people claim they were physically and mentally abused at your house. >> i would prefer not to say. >> reporter: let's introduce you to susan, who is now 45 but spent 2 1/2 years there starting when she was 15. >> there would be gardening and crafts and singing and just a chance to heal. >> reporter: that's what your parents thought the school was going to be. >> that's right. >> reporter: was it in any way correct? >> no, no. and i knew that the minute the door shut behind me. >>> we'll have those stories and more and tonight's "ridiculist" at this top of the hour, candy. >> thanks, anderson. >>> home prices are one of the biggest drags on the u.s. economy. next up, will things ever get better? every time a local business opens its doors or creates another laptop bag or hires another employee, it's not just good for business -- it's good for the entire community. at bank of america, we know the impact that local businesses have on communities, so we're
: the suspect is under arrest. >>> indiana. a dump truck coming to a stop on the edge of an i-55 overpass in indianapolis. you can see part of the vehicle hanging there with its front wheels dangling over a parking lot. officials say the truck may have jackknifed due to rainy conditions. >>> minnesota. investigators trying to figure out who stole 150 pigs from a farm southwest of st. paul. the owner says he didn't immediately notice they were missing. >> doors were all dead bolted. there is a security system here. we thought it was very secure. apparently we got to do more work. >> shep: the livestock reportedly worth more than $30,000. and that's a fox watch. across america. >> shep: i'm shepard smith. this is the fox report. it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news. a busy day at the united nations as world leaders discuss libya's new government. a possible response to the slaughter happening now in syria, and the palestinians push for full statehood. we've just learned this hour that the president of the united states will meet with the palestinian president abbas tomo
, but by today's standards, early versions didn't offer much safety. 90 years later, an indiana company is looking to the indiana 500 for what they believe is the safest car next. >> being close to indianapolis is what inspired us to work with us. >> reporter: the answer is materials used similar to the ones used in race car seats. it reduces the impact by spreading out the force of the collision and it's been put to the test. >> we've concentrated on side impact crashes primarily because they're the most dangers. in all the advances of automotive safety, a lot of that is up in the vehicle. but when you talk about side impact crashes you have approximately 18 inches of distance between the side of the vehicle and the occupant. >> reporter: the developer says the key is protecting the child's head and the upper torso. >> the side of the seat itself, so we have larger wings so we're dealing with and addressing the intrusion that happens on a side impact crash. >> reporter: air protect is on the road now and they hope crash protect is the only thing taking a hit. >>> the brutal mebeating o
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